INDIAN AFFAIRS: LAWS AND TREATIES

Vol. IV, Laws     (Compiled to March 4, 1927)

Compiled and edited by Charles J. Kappler. Washington : Government Printing Office, 1929.


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Page 1349

Ca-La Na-Po, etc., Treaty of 1851, (unratified) 1108
Cabazon Band of Mission Indians, California, Executive orders relating to 1014
Cache National Forest, Idaho and Utah,
            proclamation diminishing
982
                      excluded lands in Idaho withdrawn for specified purposes 982
                      remainder opened to settlement 982
Cah-Wai, etc., Treaty of 1851, (unratified) 1092
Cahuilla Reservation, Calif.,
           purchase of land adjacent to
521
                      amount authorized 521
California,
           Angeles National Forest, area modified
999

           appropriation for purchase of land for homeless Indians in
14, 62, 113, 155, 203, 245, 300, 345, 381, 431, 490, 526, 914.

                      for support, etc., of Indians in
14, 62, 113, 155, 203, 245, 300, 345, 381, 441, 467, 500
                                 at specified agencies, etc. 345, 381
           Cleveland National Forest, diminished 960
                      portion reserved for Mission Indians 960
           Executive orders relating to Camp or Fort Independence Indians 1012
                      Chuckekanzie 1013
                      Cold Springs Indians 1013
                      Fort Bidwell School 1014
                      Los Coyotes Mission 1014
                      Mesa Grande 1016
                      Mission Indians, various bands 1017
                      Nevada or Colony Indians 1013
                      Paiute Indians 1016
                      Potrero and Rincon Indians 1016, 1017
                      Sierra National Forest 1013
           gold, etc., mining leases allowed, on unallotted withdrawn mineral lands of                       reservations in 223
           mining leases allowed of metalliferous and nonmetalliferous deposits on                       unallotted withdrawn reservation lands in 910

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California—Continued.
           Mission Reservation, restoring unused lands to settlement, etc.
950
           Tahoe National Forest, Nev. and, diminished 969
           time extended for relinquishing to Indians, railroad lands in 52
           treaties of 1851 (unratified) 1081-1133
Camp or Fort Independence Indians, California,
           Executive orders relating to—
1012
Camp Verde Indians, Arizona,
            appropriation for purchase of lands for, from trust allotments
13
Campo Agency, Calif.,
            appropriation for support, etc., of Indians at
261
Canton, S. Dak.,
            appropriation for insane asylum at
28, 82, 126, 171, 217, 256, 311, 356, 391, 441, 467, 500, 538, 925.
Cantonment Agency, Okla.,
            appropriation for support, etc., of Indians at, from tribal funds
222
Canyon Diablo River, Ariz.,
            appropriation for constructing bridge across near Leupp Agency
113, 155, 202, 244, 300
Capitan Grande Agency, Calif.,
           appropriation for support, etc., of Indians at
315, 345
Capitan Grande Band of Mission Indians, California,
           Executive orders relating to
1014
           grant of lands in, to San Diego, for dam and reservoir for water supply 187
                      compensation, etc., to Mission Indians 187
           trust period on lands of, extended 10 years 931
                      further extension at discretion of the President 931
Captain Tom Wash Irrigation Project,
           appropriation for maintenance, etc., of
147, 194, 236
Carlisle, Pa.,
           appropriation for school at
27, 81, 125, 170
                      use of bequest for training nurses, authorized 125
Carson City, Nev.,
           appropriation for school at
19, 73, 119, 160, 208, 249, 305, 350, 385, 438, 497, 535, 922.
Carson Hospital, Nev.,
           appropriation for maintenance, etc., of
55, 108, 149, 196, 237, 294, 339, 375, 441, 500, 538, 925.
Cass Lake, Minn.,
           appropriation for bridge across Mississippi River, near
18
                      for road, from bridge funds 157
Cass Lake Reservation, Minn.,
            appropriation for bridge across Mississippi River on, from Chippewa                       funds
116
                      for Forest Service contribution to bridge across Narrows in 141
Castake, Texon, etc. Indians,
            (unratified) treaty with
1101
Cattaraugus Reservation, N. Y.,
           game and fish laws of New York made applicable to, etc
911
                      issue of permits and licenses, exclusive right of Seneca Nation 911
Cedar City, Utah,
           deficiency appropriation for purchase of land in, for Paiute Indians
515
           purchase of lots in, for use of small band of Piute Indians 483
Charles H. Burke School, Fort Wingate, N. Mex.,
           appropriation for support, etc., of
497, 535, 922
           deficiency appropriation for repairs, etc. 515
Charley, Wapato,
           fee simple homestead patent confirmed
129
Chehalis Indians, Washington,
            Executive order restoring certain lands of, to public domain
1050
Chemawa Indian School, Salem, Oreg.,
           appropriation for support, etc.
439, 498, 536, 923
                      restriction on Alaska pupils after January 1, 1925 439, 498, 923
Cherokee Agency, N. C., Eastern,
            appropriation for support, etc., of Indians at
351, 387
                      for providing final disposition of, affairs 490
Cherokee Indians, N. C., Eastern Band of,
           final disposition of affairs of
422, 527, 914
Cherokee Indians, Oklahoma (see also Five Civilized Tribes),
            all claims against, to be submitted within one year
168
                      payment, if allowed, from tribal funds 168
                                 balance remaining, to be used for Cherokee Orphan                                             Training School 168
           appropriation for common schools 24, 78, 122, 167, 255, 309, 537, 924
                      for orphan training school 24, 77, 122, 309, 354, 390
                                 purchase of additional land 24, 77, 122
                      for paying trust fund interest to 213
                                 amount to school fund 213
                                 immediate payment directed 213
                      for per capita payment, from tribal funds 25
                                 provisions for restricted Indians 25
                      for reimbursing funds of, in trust for certain lands 947
           claim for interest on former judgment referred to Court of Claims 190
                      power conferred, procedure, etc. 190
                      right to appeal 190
                      limitation on attorney's fee 190
                      supervision of amount recovered 190
           claims of, against United States, to be determined by Court of Claims 403
           grant of land of, to Dwight Mission School; payment 24
Cherokee, N. C.,
           appropriation for bridge across Oconalufty River at
162, 210

                      for school at
20, 74, 119, 162, 251, 306, 351, 387, 438, 497, 535.
Cherokee Orphan Training School, Tahlequah, Okla.,
           appropriation for support, etc., of
122, 166, 214, 254, 309, 467, 922
                      for additional land 122
                      for road to, from Cherokee funds 124
                      for additional buildings 923
           tribal funds remaining after payment of all claims against Cherokees, to                       be used for additional dormitory 168
Chester Calf,
           name added to final roll of Cheyenne and Arapahoe Indians,; per capita                       payment to, from tribal funds
420

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Chettamanchi Agency, La.,
            appropriation for support, etc., of Indians at
222
Chettimanchi Indians, Louisiana,
           appropriation for clearing titles to lands of, etc.; trust authorized
63
Cheyenne and Arapahoe Agency, Okla.,
           appropriation for support, etc., from tribal funds of Indians at
222, 502, 540, 927
           deficiency appropriation for civilian employees at 509
Cheyenne and Arapahoe Hospital, Oklahoma,
           appropriation for maintenance, etc., of
55, 108, 149, 196, 237, 294, 339, 375, 440, 500, 538, 925.
Cheyenne and Arapahoe Indians, Oklahoma,
           appropriation for
21, 75, 120, 163, 211, 252, 352, 388
           Executive order extending trust period allotments of 1034, 1043
           names of Chester Calf and Crooked Nose Woman, added to final roll                       of 420
                      per capita payment to each 420
           time extended for filing separate suits in Court of Claims by 561
           treaty of Laramie, 1851, with, and other tribes 1067
                      assent to 1080
Cheyenne and Arapahoe Reservation, Okla.,
           time further extended for payments, by purchasers for ceded lands
105
Cheyenne Indians, Northern, and Arapahoes, Montana,
            appropriation for fulfilling treaty with
19, 69, 118, 159, 207, 248, 304, 349, 384, 441, 501, 538, 926.
                      for "line riders" 19, 69, 118, 159, 207, 248
                      for cattle, etc., for; repayment 19, 69
Cheyenne Reservation, Mont., Northern,
           allotment in severalty lands within, etc.
556
Cheyenne River,
           appropriation for bridging, Cheyenne River Reservation, S. Dak.
257
Cheyenne River Agency, S. Dak.,
           appropriation for support, etc., of Indians at, from tribal funds
222, 262, 315, 355, 391, 502, 540, 927
           deficiency appropriation for civilian employees at 509
Cheyenne River and Standing Rock Reservation, N. Dak. and S. Dak.,
           homestead entrymen, etc., in former, allowed extension of time if                       unable to pay money due
506
                      interest in advance 506
                      further extension allowed; limit 506
Cheyenne River Reservation, S. Dak.,
           appropriation for bridge, etc., across Cheyenne River; local                       contributions
257
           claim of Lucy Paradis for horses destroyed on, referred to Court of                       Claims 401
           claims of Sioux Indians for horses alleged to have been erroneously                       killed on, to be investigated 449
                      payment for 514
           extension of time for payments by settlers on ceded lands of 3, 325
                      applicable to all entries 4
                      time further extended for payments on lands if unable to pay,                                  etc. 336
                                 interest in advance to be paid 336
           per capita payment, from tribal funds 942
Chickasaw Indians, Oklahoma (see also Five Civilized Tribes),
           appropriation for purchase of property for boarding school
23

                      for common schools
24, 78, 122, 167, 214, 255, 309, 354, 390, 924
                      for dormitories for children in Murray School of Agriculture, from                                  tribal funds 121
                      for per capita payment to enrolled members, from tribal funds 121, 309
                                 use for restricted Indians 121
                      for expenses, selling tribal property, from proceeds 78, 353, 389, 430, 489
                                 segregated coal and asphalt lands included 78, 353, 389, 430, 489
                      for hospital, from tribal funds 26
                      for per capita payment, from tribal funds 25, 76, 254, 353, 389, 503
                                 provisions for restricted Indians 25, 77, 254
                                 exemption from prior debts, etc.; attorneys' claims 121
                                 allowance for distribution expenses 121
           claims, etc., between J. F. McMurray and, referred to Court. of Claims 169, 230
           lands of, to be sold to Oklahoma for game preserve; allotments                       excepted 168
                      payments of surface of coal and asphalt lands of, further                                  deferred 102
                                 all interest to be paid 103
                      J. O. Modisette as instructor 48
                      William H. Woods, tribal attorney 136
           sale of coal and asphalt deposits in mineral area of Choctaws and 143
                      conveyance on payment of price, etc. 145
                      appropriation for expenses, from tribal funds 145
                      proceeds to be deposited to credit of 145
           suits of, in Court of Claims may be brought in singly or separately on                       one or more claims 550
                      jointly with Choctaws 550
Chief Moses Band of Indians, Washington,
           period of trust on allotments to, extended
1050
Chilocco, Okla.,
           appropriation for school at
21, 76, 120, 163, 211, 252, 307, 353, 388, 438, 467,498, 536, 923.
                      for roads and bridge 211, 252
           deficiency appropriation for rebuilding barn, etc., at school 405
           report to be made of necessity for new buildings, etc., for school,                       plans, recommendations, etc. 307
           right of way across school lands, modified; payment for damages, etc. 76
Chippewa Indians in Michigan,
            claims of Saginaw, etc., Bands of, in Court of Claims
415
                      to be filed by approved attorneys 415
                                 fee allowed; limit increased 415

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Chippewa Indians in Minnesota,
            appropriation for civilization, etc.
16, 64, 115, 206, 502
                                 use or pay of employees, etc. 64
                                 employing Indians on roads 64
                                 electric plant at White Earth 64,116
                      for purchase of lands for homeless Mille Lacs 16
                      for reinterring bodies removed from old burial grounds 16

                      for White Earth Band, annual celebration
16, 64, 116, 157, 204, 246
                                 Bena, Minn., granted schoolhouse 16
                      for White Earth, water system 16
                      for council hall, Sawyer, Minn. 17
                      for bridge across Mississippi River on road to Cass Lake School 17
                      for expenses of general council at Bemidji 17, 158
                      delegates to Washington, D. C. 65, 117, 204, 246
                      for hospitals, construction 17
                      for advances to individual Indians from permanent fund 65
                                 use for defectives 65
                                 deducted from share in permanent fund 65
                                 not subject to prior debts 65
                      for burial grounds for Fond du Lac Band 66
                      for education of Chippewa boys 66
                      for promoting self-support, from tribal funds 115
                                 use for pay of employees, etc. 116
                                 employing Indians on roads, etc. 116
                                 drainage assessments; payments from permanent fund 116
                      for bridge on Cass Lake Reservation 116
                      for paying Indians erroneously stricken from rolls, and reinstated 116
                                 William Madison and Gus H. Beaulieu 117
                                            attendance of inspectors at councils 117
                                            enrollment of allottees modified 117
                      for school at White Earth; local contribution
                      for school at White Earth; local contribution 158
                      for homes destroyed by fire, from tribal funds 205
                      for repairing reservation roads 206
                      for roads and bridges, Red Lake Reservation 206

                      for civilization, etc., from tribal funds
116, 247, 347, 383, 502, 540, 927.
                                 aid to public schools 247, 347, 383, 503
                                 amount for general agency purposes 541, 927
                                 extending telephone service 541, 927
                                 aiding, etc., construction of State public schools 302, 541, 927
                                 aiding indigent Indians; condition 347, 383, 503, 541, 927

                                 hospitals
302, 347, 383, 503, 541, 928

                                 for tuition of children in State public schools
347, 383, 440, 498, 537, 928
                                 transfer of certain, to Minnesota 303
                                 land included in hospitals transferred 348
                      for general agency expenses 302
                                 transfer of certain hospitals to Minnesota 302
           appropriation for tuition of children in Itasca County schools 1914-1920, from tribal                       funds 303
           deficiency appropriation for judgment, Court of Claims, to Mille Lacs 97
                      for payment of timber, etc., taken from Minnesota National Forest 514
                      for lands of, disposed of as homesteads 515
                      for tuberculosis sanatorium for 405
           all claims of, for cession of property, etc., to be brought in Court of Claims 546
                      time for filing 546
                      verification; records, etc., to be admitted 546
                      counterclaims admitted as an offset 546
                      if money, etc., unlawfully taken by United States, damages limited to value at                                  time appropriated 546
                      bands with claims for a greater distributive share may be made parties 547
                      individual claims excluded 547
                      employment of an attorney allowed 547
           two attorneys to prosecute suits authorized 547
                      selection of, by committees, one of White Earth, the other of all other                                  Chippewas in Minnesota 547
                      compensation annually for five years 547
                                 payable in monthly installments from trust funds 547
                      upon final determination of suit additional; compensation allowed; limitation 547
                      expenses of suit to be paid from trust funds to credit of Indians 547
           Commissioner and Secretary to contract for attorney if committee unable, etc. 548
           amount to be credited to general fund of, for timber, etc., in Minnesota National Forest 483
           back annuities due, erroneously omitted from the rolls of, to be paid 409
           creation of Wild Rice Lake Reservation in White Earth Reservation, for exclusive use,                       etc., of 560
           enrollment of, on White Earth Reservation; assistant to Attorney General to be one                       commissioner 66
                      unexpended balance for expenses 66
                      appropriation for completing 67, 247
           high-school teachers at White Earth School to be paid from fund of 476
           isolated tracts of ceded lands of, may be sold 186
                      if subject to homestead entry; price 186
           logging employees to be paid from timber sales receipts 65
           payment directed from credit for ceded lands of, to designated Mille Lac chiefs 476
           per capita distribution from principal fund of, to enrolled members 330
                      subject to ratification by Indians 330
           per capita payment to, from principal fund 474, 513
                      acceptance by tribe required 474, 513
                      not subject to lien 474, 513
           Red Lake Indian Forest, created 67

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Chippewa Indians in Minnesota—Cont.
           road on Leech Lake Reservation to be constructed from funds of
905
           sale of lands of, to White Earth village, for school 100
                      proceeds to tribal funds 100
           sum authorized to be credited to general fund of, arising from sale of                       ceded lands 475
           validation of erroneously allowed entries of ceded lands of 192
Chippewa Indians in Minnesota, Red Lake Band of,
           appropriation for planing mill, etc., from tribal funds
541
                      for constructing roads, etc., on reservation, from tribal funds;                                  Indian labor 541
           net proceeds of receipts from Red Lake Forest to be credited to 68
Chippewa Indians, Montana, Rocky Boy's Band of,
           appropriation for support, etc.
19, 69, 118, 159, 207, 248, 304, 349, 384, 467, 500
           allotment of lands in abandoned Fort Assinniboine Reservation to 96
Chippewa Indians of Bad River Reservation, Wis.,
           appropriation for improving sanitary conditions, etc
32
           enrollment and distribution of lands to unallotted members of 31
           sale of timber; contracts 31
           operation of sawmills, etc., if adequate prices not obtainable 32
Chippewa Indians of Lake Superior, Minnsota,
           Executive order relating to
1022
Chippewa Indians of Lake Superior, Wisconsin,
           appropriation for support, etc., of
32, 86, 129, 174, 220, 260, 313, 357, 393
                      for payment to 220
           final roll of Lac du Flambeau Band of, to be prepared 412
Chippewa Indians of the Mississippi, Minn.,
           appropriation for schools
15, 64, 115, 157, 204, 246, 302, 348, 383, 440, 467, 499, 537, 924.
Chippewa Indians, Red Lake and Pembina Bands of,
           Executive order relating to
1023
Chippewa Indians, Saint Croix, Wis.,
           appropriation for purchase of land for
260, 313, 358, 393
           condition and tribal rights of, to be ascertained 32
Chippewa Indians, Turtle Mountain Band of, North Dakota,
           appropriation for support, etc., of
20, 74, 120, 162, 210, 251, 306
                      for additional lands for 210
Chippewa (Pillager) Indians, Minnesota,
           Executive order relating to
1023
Chippewa Reservation, Minn.,
            ceded lands open to homestead entry
948
                      payment required 948
Chiu Chiu Irrigation Project, Arizona,
           appropriation for pumping plants
433, 491, 916
Choctaw and Chickasaw Coal, etc., Lands, Oklahoma,
           appropriation for expenses of sales, within area of
205, 255, 309, 353, 389, 430, 489, 526, 914
           time extended for completion of classification and appraisement of 37
                      appropriation for unfinished work, from tribal funds 37
           relinquishment of old, and grant of new, lands under lease of                       Denison Coal Co 103
                      use of part of surface 104
           sale of coal and asphalt deposits in segregated mineral area,                       authorized 143
                      enrollment of bill relating to, corrected 185
           appraisal of leased and unleased lands 143
                      sale at auction after; price, etc. 143
           undisposed of deposits, etc., to be offered again after one year 144
                      final sale, terms, etc. 144
           sales of deposits on leased lands subject to rights of lessee 144
                      Indian ownership canceled 144
                      advance royalties to be credited to lessee by purchaser 144
                      preferential right of lessee to purchase surface and deposits                                  after appraisal 144
           additional surface lands allowed for mining operations, etc. 144
                      maximum area permitted one holder 145
           disposal of mineral deposits on State lands 145
                      purchase of minerals by State 145
           sale of coal mined by convicts prohibited 145
           regulations, etc.; office at McAlester 145
           delivery of full title on payment of purchase price 145
                      on advance payment of price, with interest 145
           appropriation for expenses of appraisal, sale, etc., from tribal funds 145
           proceeds to credit of Choctaws and Chickasaws 145
           reappraisal and sale of remaining deposits in, directed 287
Choctaw and Chickasaw Hospital, Oklahoma,
           appropriation for maintenance, etc., of
55, 108, 149, 196, 237, 294, 339, 375, 440, 500, 538, 925.
Choctaw and Chickasaw Indians, Oklahoma,
           appropriation for per capita payments to, from trust funds
541, 928
           return from President requested of bill relating to 463
           sale of portion of reserved lands of to Oklahoma for sanatorium site 285
           undetermined claims of, to be adjudicated by Court of Claims 450
Choctaw and Chicksaaw Town Site Lands,
            payment of amounts due deceased persons, to their heirs
416
                      ascertainment of heirs 416
Choctaw, etc., Agency, Okla.,
           deficiency appropriation for civilian employees at
509
Choctaw Indian Hospital, Mississippi,
           appropriation for maintenance
925

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Choctaw Indians in Mississippi,
           appropriation for school construction
538
Choctaw Indians of the Mississippi,
           appropriation for relief, etc., of full blood
158, 206, 508, 527
                      for purchase of lands for families 158, 508, 914
                      for encouraging industry and self support;                                  purchase of seed, equipment, etc. 158
                      for education of full blood 437, 496, 534, 921
                      for relief, etc., of full blood 247, 303, 348, 384
                                 allotments of amounts; repayment 303
                                 education 534
           deficiency appropriation for paying Robert L. Owen,                       etc., from funds of 367
Choctaw, Indians, Oklahoma (see also Five Civilized Tribes),
           appropriation for common schools
24, 78, 122, 167, 214, 255, 309, 354, 390, 537, 924.

                      for fulfilling treaties with
26, 78, 122, 167, 215, 255, 310, 354, 389, 504, 543, 929.
                      for hospital, from tribal funds 26
                      for per capita payment, from tribal funds 76, 165, 213, 254, 309, 353, 389, 503
                      for Victor M. Locke, from tribal funds 212
                                 investigation, etc., of claim of Henry W.                                             Blair 77, 165, 213
                                 for expenses, selling tribal property, from                                             proceeds 78, 353, 389, 526
                                 segregated coal and asphalt lands                                             included 78, 353, 389, 526
                      for roadway to Wheelock Academy, from tribal                                  funds 79
                      for probate expenses affecting restricted                                  allottees 214
                      for expenses of sales, within coal and                                  asphalt area of 145, 214, 255, 309, 353, 389, 430, 489, 526, 914
                                 for tribal attorneys 215, 255, 310, 353, 389, 431
                                 may be dispensed with 431
           claims of certain attorneys to be investigated 77, 165, 213
           claim of J. F. McMurray, against, to be adjudicated by                       Court of Claims 169, 230
           lands of to be sold to Oklahoma for game preserve 168
           payment to Gabe Parker for furniture, etc., from tribal                       funds 23
           payments for surface of coal and asphalt lands of,                       further deferred 102
           sale of coal and asphalt deposits in mineral area of                       Chickasaws and 143
                      conveyance on payment of price, etc. 145
                      appropriation for expenses from tribal funds 145
                      proceeds from, to be deposited to credit of 145
           suits of, in Court of Claims may be brought singly or                       separately on one or more claims 550
                      jointly with Chickasaws 550
Choctaw Sanatorium, Okla.,
           appropriation for road, etc., from tribal funds of                       Choctaws and Chickasaws
124
Chu-Nute, Wo-Wol, etc., Treaty of 1851,
           (unratified)
1099
Chuckekanzie, Calif.,
           Executive orders relating to
1013
Citizen Band of Pottawatomies, Oklahoma,
           payment to certain enrolled members of
121
Citizen Band of Pottawatomies, Wisconsin,
           all claims of, against United States, not heretofore                       determined, referred to Court of Claims
899
Citizen Commission,
           appropriation for
11, 110, 151, 198, 239, 296, 342, 377, 430, 488, 525, 913.
Citizenship,
           citations and provisions respecting
1165
           declared of all Indians born within territorial limits of                       United States 420
           granted American Indians honorably discharged from                       armed service in World War 232
Claims (see also Court of Claims),
           appropriation for defending suits in
371, 523, 932
                      for defense in Indian depredation 34, 43, 141, 181, 229, 932

           deficiency appropriation for paying, certified by                       accounting officers
2, 3, 44, 49, 50, 51, 98, 139, 142, 183, 185, 226, 230, 231, 263, 279, 288, 289, 326, 327, 329, 332, 335, 361, 368, 399, 406, 465, 509, 516, 934
           Chippewas of Minnesota, for relinquishing lands                       submitted to Court of Claims 546
           Crows, Montana, may employ counsel in prosecuting,                       etc. 910
           depredations, payment of 2, 6, 44, 49, 90, 98, 138, 142, 182, 226, 263, 278.
Clallam Indians, Washington,
           deficiency appropriation for per capita payment to, etc.
515
           per capita payment to, upon enrollment 484
                      acceptance in full satisfaction of all claims                                  required 484
                      retention until majority, of shares of minors 484
                                 interest may be paid to parents 484
Clapp Amendments,
           June 21, 1906, vol. 3: 220.
           March 1, 1907, vol. 3: 285.
Cleveland, Charles,
           fee simple homestead patent confirmed to
128
Cleveland National Forest, Calif.,
           Executive orders relating to
1014
           lands in, granted to San Diego, for water supply, dam                       and reservoir 187
           proclamation diminishing 960
                      withdrawing part of, for Mission Indian uses 960
                      excluded lands restored to settlement 960
Coachella Valley Irrigation Project, California,
           appropriation for pumping plants
236, 293, 338, 374, 433, 491, 916

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Coal and Asphalt Deposits, Oklahoma,
           unsold and forfeited, in Choctaw and Chickasaw Nations to be re-offered
215
                      other sales not affected; limitation 215
Coal and Asphalt Lands,
           time extended for completion of classification, etc.,
           of segregated Choctaw and Chickasaw
37
                      appropriation for expenses 37
Coal and Asphalt Lands, Oklahoma,
           appropriation for expenses, advertising and sale of lands
           within Choctaw, etc., segregated area
25, 78, 167, 205, 309, 353, 389, 430, 489, 526, 914.
           sale of segregated Choctaw and Chickasaw 143, 215
                      of remaining, directed 287
           time extended for installments on surface of Choctaw and Chickasaw;                       interest to be paid 102
Coal, etc., Lands,
           appropriation for enforcing provisions relating to mining, etc
395, 543, 929
           agricultural entries on surface, allowed 105
           exchange of leased lands by Denison Coal Company under Choctaw grant                       permitted 103
           Fort Berthold Reservation, N. Dak., surface entries, etc., allowed on reserved 35
           proclamation allowing certain rejected homestead entries on ceded, in Fort                       Peck Reservation, classified as agricultural, etc. 978
                      opening to surface entry, in Fort Peck Reservation, Mont. 986
           surface homestead, etc., entries allowed on remaining, in ceded Crow                       Reservation, Mont. 973
                      on unallotted, in school sections, Fort Berthold Reservation, N. Dak. 975
Coal Lands, Indian Reservations,
           appraisal, etc., in school sections of ceded Fort Berthold Reservation, N.                       Dak.
133
Coal Lands of Fort Berthold Reservation, N. Dak.,
           proclamation allowing surface entries of
961
Coberly, Pete,
           sum received from sale of allotment to, deposited to credit of tribe
407
Cocopah Indians, Arizona,
           Executive orders relating to
1001
Coeur d'Alene Agency, Idaho,
           appropriation for support, etc., of Indians at
222, 261, 315, 350, 443, 502, 540, 927
           deficiency appropriation for civilian employees at 508
Coeur d'Alene Indians, Idaho,
           appropriation for
15, 63, 114, 156, 204, 246, 301, 346, 382, 441, 501, 538, 925.
Cold Springs Band of Indians, California,
           Executive orders relating to
1013
Coleman, George W.,
           payment to, for damages from fire
281
Coleman, Hugh,
           payment to, for damages from fire
281
Colgrove, M. D.,
           reimbursement of
15
Colony or Nevada Indians, California,
           Executive order setting aside, etc., land for
1013
Colorado,
           appropriation for support, etc., of Indians at specified agencies, etc.
346, 381
           Executive orders relating to Ute Reservation 1017
Colorado River,
           appropriation for investigating, etc., need for bridge over, at Lee Ferry, Ariz.
300
                      authorized; reimbursable 1191
           bridge authorized across, near Topock, Ariz. 13
           deficiency appropriation for one-half cost of bridge across, near Lee Ferry,                       Ariz., from Navajo funds 515
Colorado River Agency, Ariz.,
           appropriation for support, etc., of Indians at
222, 261, 315, 343, 379, 443, 502, 540, 927
Colorado River Reservation, Ariz.,
           appropriation for extending irrigation system
12, 59, 112, 153, 201, 243, 299, 344, 434, 466, 493, 529, 918.
           Executive orders defining boundary, etc. 1001
Columbia and Colville Reservations, Wash.,
           allottees may dispose of patented lands
413
                      sales, etc., allowed by heirs 413
Columbia Reservation, Wash.,
           unreserved lands in former, opened to entry under general laws
421
Colus, Willays, etc., Treaty of 1851,
           (unratified)
1114
Colville Agency, Wash.,
           appropriation for support, etc., of Indians at
29, 83, 127, 218, 258, 312, 357, 392

                      for support, etc., of Indians at, from tribal funds
222, 262, 315, 357, 392, 502, 540, 927, 933
           deficiency appropriation for civilian employees at 509
Colville Reservation, Wash.,
           allotment on, granted to Ko-mo-dal-kiah
511
                      to Se-cum-ka-nullax in lieu of former 85
                      allottees may dispose of patented lands 413
                      sales, etc., allowed by heirs 413

           appropriation for irrigation project on
194, 236, 338, 374, 433, 491, 528, 916
                      for maintenance, etc., of Stranger Marsh irrigation project 147
           deficiency appropriation for taxes to Stevens and Ferry Counties, Wash., on,                       allotted lands 515
           claims of certain Indians on, for lands taken, to be determined by Court of                       Claims 402
           homestead entry of J. G. Seupelt, validated 462
           lands in, granted to Washington State Historical Society 85
           payment of local taxes of Stevens and Ferry Counties, for Indian allotted                       lands in 453

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Colville Reservation, Wash.—Continued.
            proclamation opening to entry certain lands in
966
           sale, etc., of unallotted lands in 94
           lands reserved for agency, etc., purposes 94
                      mission uses 94
                      patent in fee simple to Saint Mary's School and Mission 95
                      for cemeteries 95
                      intoxicants prohibited 95
                      advance interest and application required 265
                      cancellation of entry, etc., for nonpayment 265
                                 further extended for homestead entries in south half of                                             diminished 548
           time extended for paying installments due ceded lands of; limit 145, 264, 336
Comanche and Apache Agency, Okla.,
           appropriation for support, etc., of Indians at, from tribal funds
222, 540, 927
Comanche, etc., Indians, Oklahoma,
           appropriation for agency expenses, from tribal funds
21, 75, 120, 163, 211, 252, 307, 352, 387

                      for support, etc., of
21, 75, 120, 163, 211, 252, 307, 352, 387
                      for support, etc., of homesteads of 431, 527, 914
           monument at grave of Quannah Parker, late chief of 560
           oil royalties from designated lands of—
                      to be set aside as a trust fund
558
                      part to Oklahoma in lieu of taxes on tribal funds 558
           payments to designated, for erroneous allotments 463
           per capita payment to, from oil royalties trust fund 942
Comanche Reservation, Okla.,
           deferred payments by homesteaders for ceded lands of, extended; limitation
23
           homestead entries erroneously allowed for lands on, ratified 47
Commissioner of Five Civilized Tribes,
           office abolished; superintendent in lieu
23
Commissioner of Indian Affairs,
           appropriations for, assistants, and office personnel
4, 43, 53, 133, 182, 190, 318, 337, 373, 428, 487, 912
           authority over Indian affairs 1155
Committee on Indian Affairs, House of Representatives,
            appropriation for investigating Indian Service by members of, elected to                       Sixty-fifth Congress
131
                      extent of investigation; authority, etc. 131
Communications,
           L. Lea to D. D. Mitchell
1074
                      to Secretary of Interior Stuart 1077
           D. D. Mitchell to L. Lea 1075
           G. W. Manypenny to Secretary of Interior McClelland 1078
                      to Thomas Fitzpatrick 1079
Confederated Bands of Utes (see Utes, Confederated Bands of)
Congress,
           powers of, over Indian affairs, treaties, etc
1153
Consolidated Chippewa Indian Agency, Minn.,
           appropriation for support, etc., of Indians at
222, 261, 443, 503, 540, 927
           deficiency appropriation for civilian employees 508
Contagious Diseases,
           appropriation for preventing, etc.
9, 54, 107, 148, 195, 237, 294, 339, 375, 440, 499, 537, 924.
                      segregation of Indians with 9
Contagious Diseases, Animal,
           appropriation for reimbursing Indians for livestock destroyed in eradicating
58, 111, 153, 199, 241, 298, 343, 379, 432, 491, 528
Contingent Expenses,
           appropriation for Indian Service
110, 151, 198, 240
                      deficiency appropriation for 178
Contracts,
           bids to be accompanied with check, etc.
59
                      acceptance of bond allowed 59
                      forfeiture of check on failure to execute 59
           return of check, etc., if executed 59
Cook, George W., Indian Allottee,
           purchase of allotment of, from funds of
           Blackfeet Reservation, Mont. irrigation systems
265
Cooley, Ariz.,
           construction of road between, and Fort Apache Reservation,
           authorized, from Indian funds; county to contribute half
396
           wagon road to Whiteriver, Ariz., from, authorized 408
Coolidge Dam, Gila River Reservation, Ariz.,
           appropriation for construction
493, 529, 917
                      not available for relocating railroad right of way 529
Copper Mining,
           leases allowed for, on unallotted withdrawn mineral lands of Indian                       reservations in designated States
223
Corn Creek Irrigation District,
           appropriation for maintenance, etc., of
293, 338, 374, 433, 492, 529, 917
Court of Claims,
           additional claims, etc., between J. F. McMurray
           and Choctaw and Chickasaw Indians referred to
230
           all claims of Klamath, etc., Indians to be submitted to 268
                      jurisdiction conferred; appeals allowed 268
                      statutes of limitation waived 268
                      procedure; evidence admitted 268
                      damages restricted; effect of decree 268
                      restriction on attorneys' fees 269
           claims of designated Indians in Montana, Idaho, and Washington, for lands,                       etc., taken, to be determined by 402
                      Moadac, etc., Indians, Oregon, referred to 268
                      Saginaw, etc., bands of Chippewas to be filed in, by approved                                  attorneys 415
                      Sioux Indians, submitted to 270

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Court of Claims—Continued.
           claims of Sisseton and Wahpeton Sioux to be determined by
51
                      Yahooskin Band of Snake Indians, etc., referred to 268
           deficiency appropriation for paying judgments of 367

                      for paying judgments in depredation claims
2, 6, 44, 49, 98, 138, 142, 182, 226, 263, 278
           in suit of Delaware Indians; attorneys' fees, etc., to be decreed by court; limit 939
           jurisdiction conferred upon, to adjudicate claims of Assinniboine Indians,                       growing out of Fort Laramie treaty, etc. 934
                      time for filing petition 935
                       statutes of limitation not a bar; set-offs and former credits allowed 935
                      decision of court that money, etc., has been unlawfully taken etc., confined                                  to value at time thereof 935
                                 decree to be a full settlement canceling all other claims 935
                                 attorneys' fees; issue of process, etc. 935
                                 amounts recovered deposited to credit of Indians 936
                                 costs against losing party 936
                                 court expenses from tribal funds 936
                      claims of Cherokee Nation 403
                                 for interest due on former judgment 190
                      Chippewas of Minnesota 546
                      Choctaw and Chickasaw Indians 450
                                 may be presented separately or jointly 451
                      Citizen Band of Pottawatomies, Wisconsin, not heretofore determined 899
                      Creeks, Oklahoma 416
                      Crow Indians, not heretofore determined, etc. 900
                                 appeal to Supreme Court allowed 900
                      Crow Indians, procedure; evidence and counterclaims allowed 901
                                 decree to be in full of all damages to property taken, etc. 901
                                 other tribes may be made parties 902
                                 service on Attorney General; disposal of amounts recovered; taxing                                             of costs 902
                      Fort Berthold Reservation 234
                                 right of appeal; procedure, etc. 234
                      Iowa Indians, Oklahoma 266
                      Kansas or Kaw Indians 485
                      Medawakanton and Wahpakoota Sioux, for restoration of annuities 133
                      Osage Indians, for proceeds of ceded lands in Kansas 284
                      Lucy Paradis 401
                      Ponca Tribe, Oklahoma 471
                      Seminoles, not heretofore adjudicated, etc 414
                      Shoshone Indians in Wyoming, not heretofore determined 937
                      Stockbridge Indians not heretofore adjudicated, etc. 461
                      Wichitas, etc., Oklahoma 421
           right and time for appeal to, granted Sisseton and Wahpeton Indians 945
           suits of Five Civilized Tribes in, may be brought singly or separately on one or                       more claims 550
                      Choctaws and Chickasaws 550
           time extended for filing separate suits in, by Arapahoes
           and Cheyennes of Wyoming, Montana, and Oklahoma
561
           to determine interest of Yankton Sioux in Red Pipestone Quarries, Minnesota 471
Coushatta Indians, Texas,
            appropriation for education of; school buildings, etc.
172, 311, 437, 496, 534, 920
                      for investigating advisability of purchasing lands for 172
Covelo, Calif.,
           appropriation for school building at; from Round Valley Indians' funds
381
Crane, Mary, Allottee,
           patent to deceased, canceled, and allotment restored
           to tribal property of Winnebagos
415
Creek Indians, Oklahoma (see also Five Civilized Tribes),
           all claims against, to be filed in one year; adjudication, etc
215
                      not heretofore determined, to be adjudicated by Court of Claims; exceptions 416

           appropriation for common schools
24, 78, 122, 167, 255, 309, 354, 390, 537
                      for payments to equalize allotments to enrolled members of 24, 431, 489
                      for expenses for determining payments 24
                                 supervision of amounts due restricted Indians 24
                                 services of attorneys 25
                                 moneys exempt from prior debts 25
                      for special session of national council; conditions 26
                      for M. L. Mott, from tribal funds 122
                      for pasture land, Nuyaka School, from tribal funds 124
           allotments to, only on specific authority of Congress 124
           per capita payment from tribal funds to citizens not receiving allotments 124
Crimes and Offenses
           punishment for interfering with land sales
997
Crook National Forest, Ariz.,
           proclamation modifying boundaries of
971
                       excluded lands restored to settlement, etc. 971
Crooked Creek Irrigation Project, Oregon,
           appropriation for maintenance, etc., of, from tribal funds
355, 390, 435, 494, 532, 919
Crooked Nose Woman,
           name added to final roll of Cheyenne and Arapahoe Indians,
           and to be paid per capita payment from tribal funds
420

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Crow Agency, Mont.,
           appropriation for support, etc., of Indians at
349, 384
                      for support, etc., of Indians at from tribal funds 222, 261, 315, 443, 502
Crow Creek Agency, S. Dak.,
           appropriation for support, etc., of Indians at, from tribal funds
222, 262, 315, 355
Crow Creek Hospital, South Dakota,
           appropriation for maintenance, etc., of
55, 108, 149, 196, 237, 294, 339, 375, 441, 500, 538, 925.
Crow Creek Reservation, S. Dak.,
           Executive order extending trust period on allotments to Indians of
1045
Crow Indians, Montana,
           appropriation for
18, 69, 118, 159, 207, 248, 303, 349, 384, 442, 501, 538, 925.
                      for additional water rights for allotments irrigable under Two Leggins                                  Canal, from funds of 360
           all claims of, against United States, not heretofore determined, to be                       adjudicated by Court of Claims 900
           allotments to children of, not heretofore receiving them 549
                      areas of, under general allotment act 549
                      leasing of minerals on, reserved to the tribe; inclusion of charges 550
                      amount for surveys, etc.; from tribal funds 550
           assent to treaty of Fort Laramie 1079
           land patent to Robert A. Pickett (allottee) 906
           lands ceded by, for school uses, Bighorn, Mont. 159
           payment authorized for tuition of children of, in Montana public schools 521
           retainer allowed for counsel employed by, from tribal funds 909
                      mode of payment 910
           time extended ten years for repayment of revolving fund of, for seed,                       farming equipment, etc 507
           treaty of Fort Laramie with, and other tribes 1067
           unratified agreement, 1873 1142
Crow Reservation, Mont.,
           appropriation for improving irrigation systems, from tribal funds
248, 304, 349, 385, 435, 466
                      for maintenance, etc., from tribal funds 494, 532, 919
           allotment of lands within, to members of tribe 552
                      titles subject only to tribal leases 552
                      patents in fee to competents; homesteads excepted 552
                      in trust to minors, etc 553
                      priority of selection to those having no allotment 553
                      competents may have patents in fee issued to them 553
                      no patent to homestead lands of husband, unless wife joins in                                  application 553
                      leases allowed, by competents, etc. 553
                      of orphans, etc., by superintendent 553
                      term of 553
           agency, etc., lands reserved from allotment 553
           fee patents to religious organizations, etc. 553
           lands reserved for agency, and tracts for recreation grounds 553
           disposal of, when no longer needed for purposes reserved 553
           minerals reserved for benefit of members in common 553
                      leases authorized; periods limited; renewals 553
                      diligence in developing oil and gas required 554
           patents for coal, etc., to have reservations for tribal benefit 554
                      to become property of allottee after 50 years 554
           irrigable lands to pay pro rata for expenses 554
                      determination of amount 554
                      consent required for additional projects 554
           operation and maintenance charges 554
                      payment, etc.; unpaid, a lien on property 554
           reimbursement for irrigation work on 554
                      liens for unpaid charges 554
                      water refused until all dues paid 555
                      no right to vest, until owner of land to be irrigated complies with                                  rules, etc. 555
                      no payment required until water delivered 555
           itemized statement of construction, etc., costs to be made 555
           appropriation for council expenses, etc., from tribal funds 555
           Executive order reserving tract for administrative purposes 1025
           irrigation improvements, Big Horn Valley, authorized 160
                      appropriation for 207, 229, 304, 325
           leasing of grazing lands on, not to be renewed prior to one year from                       termination thereof 941
           leasing of farming lands, not be renewed prior to 18 months from                       termination hereof 942
           proclamation disposing remaining coal, etc., lands on 973
                      disposing of unsold, etc., ceded lands 953
                      extending time for paying installments for ceded lands 994
                      further extending time for paying installments on ceded lands of 1000
                      opening to settlement, etc., certain lands of 959
           survey and allotment of lands within 271
                      titles subject only to tribal leases 271
                      patents in fee to competents; homesteads excepted 272
                      trust patents to minors, etc. 272
                      priority to members not having former allotments 272
           conveyances to owners of large areas forbidden 272
                      declared void if made; punishment for accepting 272
           classification and allotment 272
           complete tribal rolls to be prepared 272
                      fraudulent names stricken therefrom 273
                      legal rights protected 273

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Crow Reservation, Mont.—Continued.
            agency, etc., reservations retained
273
           patents authorized to religious bodies 273
           agency and recreational lands reserved 273
           minerals, etc., reserved to allottees 273
                      leases authorized; terms 273
           allotments of coal, etc., lands to have mineral reservation, for tribal benefit 273
                      termination of all leases in 50 years 273
           appropriation for expenses of survey, etc. 273
           irrigation regulations, etc., applicable to allotments hereunder 273
                      payment of charges 274
                      expenditures reimbursable 274
                      right to water subject to compliance with 274
           intoxicants prohibited 275
           reservations of wate-power sites, for benefit of Indians 275
           Trust fund provision under former Act repealed 275
           consolidation of all trust funds balances 275
                      uses designated 275
                      balances to be distributed pro rata 275
           competents may withdraw pro rata share of tribal herd cattle 275
                      family share also 275
           enrollment commission to be appointed 276
                      salaries and expenses 276
                      completion in six months 276
           designation of homestead allotments of 640 acres 276
                      trust period; extension for incompetents 276
                      sale of half on approval of Secretary permitted 276
                      restriction 276
           exchanges of allotments allowed 276
           sales of trust lands to actual settlers who served in World War 276
           school sections granted to Montana 277
                      lieu selections for allotted lands, etc. 277
           appropriation for lands granted to State 277
           mineral rights reserved to Indians 277
           Indian children admitted to public schools of State 277
           tracts to be set aside for public uses at town sites 277
                      park at Crow Agency excluded 277
                      receipts for lots to be credited to Indians 277
           appropriation for council expenses, etc., from tribal funds 277
                      visit of committee to Washington 277
           time extended for allotting lands on 365, 507
Crow, Scarlet, Sioux Indian,
           appropriation for monument for grave of, in Congressional Cemetery, D. C.
75
Cu-Lu, Yas-Si, etc., Treaty of 1851,
           (unratified)
1115
Curtis Acts,
           June 28, 1898, vol. 1: 90.
           April 26, 1906, vol. 3: 169.
Cushman Agency, Wash.,
           appropriation for support, etc., tribal funds of Indians at, from
222
Cushman School, Tacoma, Wash.,
            appropriation for support, etc., of
84, 127, 173, 219
Cut Bank Irrigation District, Montana,
           agreement with, as to prior water rights
           of Indians on Blackfeet Reservation
397


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